Friday, September 18, 2009

Oroweat Sandwich Thins

Oroweat Sandwich Thins are a new bread product that Jeff and I really like.
They have no fat, 100 calories, 5 grams of fiber in each one.
We've been making breakfast and lunch sandwiches on them.
They toast up really nice and don't seem as dry or crumbly as other low-calorie bread.
I'm not an expert label-reader but I don't they contain any of the "bad" sweeteners either.
They come in multi-grain and whole wheat - frankly, they taste the same to me.
I buy them at Wal-mart for about $2.70.
I think they would make excellent mini-pizza crusts and that is on my list of things to cook soon.


  1. Hi Rhonda,
    This brand is very good. They don't use the High Frustose Corn Syrup.I sometimes buy thier English Muffins.

  2. We eat these too! I like them so much more than bread they are delicious!

  3. You are right. I bought a package of these to take on our recent fishing/camping trip as it looked like one would be eating less bread and once we got to the Lake did read it and we loved them for sandwiches. Your Dad and Bert approved of them, as well. Bought another package Wed at Target. And as I write this Pa is making us a sandwich. Love You, Mom

  4. Hi,

    I just tried them today and they are AWESOME!


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